Vegetables Kale
Kale
Kale
Kale is an exceptionally cold-tolerant crop with a sweet flavor enhanced by frost and cold weather. The open-pollinated varieties are excellent for harvesting at either full size or baby-leaf stage, while the frilly hybrids are best for full-size production.
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Standard dark-green, curled kale.
Standard dark-green, curled kale.
60 Days
Organically-grown Italian heirloom with unique leaf shape.
Italian heirloom.
30 baby; 65 full size
Smooth red leaves for baby leaf and bunching.
25 baby; 50 full size
Italian heirloom with unique leaf shape.
Italian heirloom.
30 baby; 65 full size
Similar to Winterbor but purple-red.
Deep purple-red, frilly leaves.
55 Days
For one-cut harvest.
For one-cut harvest.
55 Days
Multi-purpose, open-pollinated, red kale.
Multi-purpose, open-pollinated, red kale.
30 baby; 55 full size
Curly green leaves for babyleaf and bunching.
Curly green leaves for babyleaf and bunching.
25 baby; 50 full size
Red leaf organic kale for baby leaf and bunching.
25 baby; 50 full size
Our recommended sub for Winterbor.
Our recommended sub for Winterbor.
75 Days
Organic, dark-green, curled kale.
Organic, dark-green, curled kale.
55 Days
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The traditional leaf kale (Gallena) for Portuguese kale soup.
The traditional leaf kale (Gallena) for Portuguese kale soup.
80 Days
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Nash's Green
Organic green curly kale.
Organic green curly kale.
60 Days
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Olympic Red
Farmer-bred OP kale.
Farmer-bred OP kale.
60 Days
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